The eclectic and colorful home of Architectural Digest’s photographer: Manolo Yllera
This fun and fanciful studio is located in Madrid, Spain.
Manolo: “I wanted an open space without columns, a classic loft, to move furniture around easily.”
“Manolo is an esthete with a thug point. Passionate about recycling, do-it-yourself, undeterred grafitea furniture XVIII with scribbles and label figurines Keith Haring in the bathroom tiles, but also loves the harmony of Belgian decorator Axel Vervoordt, “which has skin and history “and the imperfection of Chinese crafts, all seasoned with a French twist, contemporary design and flowers.”